Announcement: Awesome Giveaway At The Training Room

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Every New Day is a Chance to Change Your Life Ever woke up in the morning wishing and hoping and wanting to make a change in your life?  Maybe it’s a commitment to increase your physical activity, maybe it’s a schedule that allows for healthy eating, maybe it’s trips to the store to purchase real […]

OSI Making Of A Champion Series: Featuring: Alyssa Podgorski

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OSI Making Of A Champion Series: Featuring: Alyssa Podgorski The next athlete in line for the Making of a Champion series is Alyssa Podgorski. Alyssa is a longtime patient of mine, as you’ll find out more below. One of my favorite things about Alyssa is her “hard-grind” attitude, and unwillingness to quit. I’ve had the […]

Wondering About Physical Therapy As A Career?

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Wondering About Physical Therapy As A Career? Come and shadow one of us! I often get questions about how I got interested in being a Physical Therapist (PT), how did I choose the school I went to (Marquette University) and what’s it really like on a day to day basis.  For any of you students […]

What Is This The Fastest Growing Sport In The U.S.?

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Lacrosse, Is This The Fastest Growing Sport In The U.S.? Lacrosse is the fastest growing sport in the United States right now.  Many Minnesota high schools are offering the sport as a school sponsored activity and more athletes are choosing to play lacrosse over other sports.  With more than half of the total players participating […]

[Video] How To Tape Hip Flexor Kinesiotape

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How To Tape Hip Flexor Kinesiotape In continuation of the Kinesiotaping series, I’ve roped in a volunteer to help with the hip flexor taping video. Kinesiotaping for the hip flexors can be a very effective tool to help reduce hip flexor pain in the athletic population. As you’ll see in the attached video, there are […]

Joke Of The Day: Praying For Overtime

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Praying for Overtime My husband, a big-time sports fan, was watching a football game with our grandchildren. He had just turned 75 and was feeling a little wistful. “You know,” he said to our grandson, Nick, “it’s not easy getting old. I guess I’m in the fourth quarter now.” “Don’t worry, Grandpa,” Nick said cheerily. “Maybe […]

Tips From ‘The Prose’: Form On The Leg Press

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Tips From ‘The Prose’: Form On The Leg Press Here’s a quick little tip from me about the leg press.  I have had a few patients this week alone that when I have them use the leg press, they are surprised when I cue them to push through the ball and heel of their foot. […]

An OSI Physical Therapy Experience From A Family Member

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(Above: Pic of my Mom, Dad, and Sister, who have all been to an OSI clinic for PT) An OSI Experience From A Family Member I have had almost every one in my family receive therapy at OSI for something. My dad had bilateral knee replacements last winter which needed therapy on; which he received […]

Tips From ‘The Prose: Swimmers And Shoulder Blade Strength

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Tips From ‘The Prose: Swimmers And Shoulder Blade Strength I don’t know what it is about swimmers, but without fail, every one that I have ever seen has such a weakness with their shoulder blade muscles.  Actually, there are a bunch of possible reasons for this weakness and I think a big one is that […]

7 Most Frequently Asked Questions At OSI Physical Therapy

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7 Most Frequently Asked Questions At OSI Physical Therapy Here are some of the frequently asked questions (FAQ’s) that we hear at the front desk at OSI. I thought I’d share them with you if you’re considering making an appointment or are scheduled to see us. 1)  Q: I made my appointment, now what? A: […]

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